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Remembering Vets With Monuments and Jobs

In 1938 the U.S. Congress made November 11 a national holiday to honor veterans who fought in World War I. Formerly known as Armistice Day, veterans service organizations... Read more »

Air Quality Regulators Adopt Rules to Limit ‘Stink’ Coming From Vernon

Dealing with rancid smells from five rendering plants in Vernon may no longer be a regular fact of life for residents in and around the city after the South Coast... Read more »

Acute Confusion As Exchange Enrollment Gets Underway

If the comments on Covered California’s Facebook page are any indication, you’re all suffering from acute health insurance confusion: “I wanted to sign up... Read more »

No Good Will Come From Higher Gas Tax, Consumers Complain

“Anyone who believes the money will really be used to fix roads is delusional,” said Lisa Tuesday as she filled her car’s gas tank at the USA gas station in... Read more »

Maybe Next Year: Dodgers Suffer Stunning 5-1 Loss to Astros

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ quest for their first World Series championship since 1988 ended quickly Wednesday night, as the Houston Astros scored two runs in the... Read more »

L.A. Blue: Dodgers Defeat Astros in Opening Game of World Series

Justin Turner hit a tie-breaking two-out two-run home run in the sixth inning and Clayton Kershaw and two Los Angeles Dodgers relievers limited the Houston Astros... Read more »

Heat No Match for Thrill of World Series Opener at Dodger Stadium

The Los Angeles Dodgers face the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series today at Dodger Stadium with a forecast that would make it the hottest known World... Read more »

Calif. Delegation Meets With Dreamers

California members of Congress were in Los Angeles Wednesday where they held a roundtable discussion with young immigrants currently protected from deportation under... Read more »

Bell Gardens ‘Studies’ Options to Regulate Cannabis

With just three months until the recreational use of marijuana becomes legal in California, cities like Bell Gardens must decide if they want to profit from the... Read more »

Fire Ravages Historic Houses In Highland Park

Fire damaged two historic houses in Highland Park Tuesday, but firefighters prevented the flames from spreading to an adjacent apartment building. Firefighters sent... Read more »

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